Culturally Relevant Personality Assessment
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摘要Throughout history, different systems have been developed to classify personality traits. Early systems were based on physiognomy, phrenology, facial and skeletal features, body types, or body fluids. More scientific studies of personality in psychology began in the early twentieth century when objective personality tests were developed with proven psychometric properties. Most of these tests were grounded in theories and research from Western cultures. As personality research and assessment are increasingly adopted in other non‐Western cultures, questions have been raised about the cultural relevance of the existing theories and measures. In this chapter, we review the stages of cross‐cultural personality assessment in psychology to address the issue of cultural relevance in personality assessment, and illustrate how indigenously derived measures, such as the Cross‐Cultural Personality Assessment Inventory (CPAI‐2) originating from the Chinese cultural context, can supplement the assumptions of universal models of personality in providing a more comprehensive understanding of personality in cultural contexts.
著者Fanny M. Cheung, Yuen Wan Ho
會議名稱31st International Congress of Psychology
會議開始日24.07.2016
會議完結日29.07.2016
會議地點Yokohama
會議國家/地區日本
會議論文集題名Diversity in Harmony – Insights from Psychology: Proceedings of the 31st International Congress of Psychology
出版年份2018
出版社Wiley
頁次211 - 229
國際標準書號9781119362074
電子國際標準書號9781119362081
語言美式英語

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